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9 cozy ice hotels and igloos around the globe
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9 cozy ice hotels and igloos around the globe

Intrepid Arctic dwellers have comfortably weathered unforgiving winters in the northern latitudes for more than 5,000 years. The Inuit, Inupiat, and Yupik—who spend months at a time on pack ice amid a snowy terrain often devoid of trees—crafted insulated havens out of something that otherwise seems counterintuitive: snow and ice. Indeed, the shape and snowy…

Can cities solve the climate crisis? Michael Bloomberg thinks so.
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Can cities solve the climate crisis? Michael Bloomberg thinks so.

During Michael Bloomberg’s twelve-year tenure as mayor of New York City, he saw firsthand how climate change was affecting the city—and realized that it was going to lob even more enormous challenges in the future. Encroaching seas? Check. Heat waves? Those, too. Stressing the water system, the transportation system, and more? Yup, that too. It…

Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish
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Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish

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2019 may be the hottest year yet—here’s why
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2019 may be the hottest year yet—here’s why

An El Niño event is very likely under way, amping up extreme weather already made worse by climate change and increasing the odds that 2019 will be the hottest year in recorded human history, scientists warn. There is an 80 percent chance a full-fledged El Niño has already begun and will last until at least…

Shocking report details massive illegal turtle trade network
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Shocking report details massive illegal turtle trade network

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Can Israel and Jordan cooperate to save the dying Dead Sea?
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Can Israel and Jordan cooperate to save the dying Dead Sea?

This article was created in partnership with the National Geographic Society. Qasr el Yahud, Israel — It’s a typical day here on the banks of the Jordan River. Under a late October desert sun, pilgrims from around the world descend from their tour buses. View Images A diver is working on conserving the little artificial…

What one photographer learned after spending nearly a year with pumas
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What one photographer learned after spending nearly a year with pumas

Wildlife photographer Ingo Arndt endured freezing temperatures and blistering winds over a period of seven months between 2016 and 2018 to follow his favorite animal across the wild lands of Patagonia. He spent hundreds of hours lugging camera equipment and patiently waiting in the unforgiving elements for it to appear. To him, the puma—the “ghost…

Our favorite photos from this week—taken by you
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Our favorite photos from this week—taken by you

Moods. We all have them. They are often dependent on our surroundings, temperament and if you’re anything like me, the last time you ate. Recently, colloquial language has made “a mood” into something that is deemed relatable by someone else. For example, this gallery about real-life wonder women is a mood. This story about ants…

A bubbling pool of mud is on the move, and no one knows why
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A bubbling pool of mud is on the move, and no one knows why

When it comes to matters of geology and rumbling earth in California, the San Andreas Fault is usually the star of the show. But this time around, the area near the infamous fault has caught people’s attention due to a mysterious pot of bubbling mud. Refusing to stay in place, a roiling mass of carbon…

Visit the islands where most Greek marble statues were made
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Visit the islands where most Greek marble statues were made

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We need to change the way we talk about space exploration
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We need to change the way we talk about space exploration

When discussing space exploration, people often invoke stories about the exploration of our own planet, like the European conquest and colonization of the Americas, or the march westward in the 1800s, when newly minted Americans believed it was their duty and destiny to expand across the continent. But increasingly, government agencies, journalists, and the space…


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